Aloft Arundel Mills
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... tour of the District. Hope on hop off so we have opted for a full lap before we choose a destination to explore. The Capitol building is currently under reconstruction as the cast iron roof has rusted thru after a few hundred years of exposure to the elements. On past a variety of museums and monuments to the start of our tour, where this time we have stopped in Union Station for a bite to eat. (Chinese). We ...
... and walk to find a good spot to watch the fireworks. After we sat for a bit, waiting for the fireworks to start, suddenly something shot up into the sky. A pretty blue light flashed into the air, then BOOM! I was completely shocked by how loud it was. One would have woken the whole of Washington up! Then another flew into the sky, BOOM! And another, BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! The fireworks were incredible! I had never seen better ones in my life! The ...
... that I thought that Washington Mall was a shopping centre.
We had lovely weather in Washington and went to see most of the main sights including the Washington monument, Lincoln Memorial, Arlington Cemetery, Iwo Jima memorial, the White House, ...
After Wednesday, we got to be supporters of the kids in the semifinals, scouts for next year, and tourists in Alexandria, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. We had already visited Mount Vernon, George Washington's home, Tuesday, and the Pavilions at Turkey Run in Virginia for the Memorial Day picnic Monday. And we were able to play in the biggest hotel pool I think I've ever seen.
... history, as the residences and tombs of Robert E Lee and Stonewall Jackson are both here, as well as the Lee - Jackson University and the Virginia Military Academy. We spent more than two hours walking the pretty streets, and back through the University campus.
Then to our goal for the day, Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s estate on the hill above Charlottesville. Thus complex is a major historical centre, and a UNESCO heritage centre. As such, ...